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4 Responses to “The housing estates”
… and the TV antennas which broaden our horizons and cause our eyeglasses to require ever-thicker lenses.
John Davies (on a Liverpool housing estate) says:
You know I love your stuff but I can’t work out if you’re taking the p*ss or not with this one. Out of housing estates. I hope you’re not because I feel that it IS possible to find inspiration in the pavement slabs, it’s a rewarding commitment to look for ‘God in the ordinary’…..
Thanks for your comment. ‘I don’t know’ is the honest answer. I do draw things without trying to convey a clear message sometimes. I agree wholeheartedly about finding ‘God’ in the ordinary. Perhaps I’m trying to find God there and not succeeding.
Housing estates are where I spend my time and so I do find my inspiration here, so in one sense I am saying it like it is.
Not one of your better ones. At least, it isn’t actually funny.
By the way, he doesn’t ex..i.s…t…….
Just thought I’d let you know. Always good to help out a neighbour when he’s suffering under a delusion god-belief psychosis.